Americans and the world’s people suffered heavily under the covid virus, the resulting protocols, and experimental shots pushed by governments, pharmaceutical companies, and social media platforms. So why is the House of Representatives investigating what took place behind the scenes between governments, pharmaceutical companies, and bio lab facilities like the Wuhan Institute without putting every safeguard in place to ensure a lab leak never results in another pandemic?

Anthony Fauci has been exposed for his role in trying to hide gain-of-function research. Americans are ready for Fauci to be served justice and cheering on Reps. like Jim Jordan, but it’s disconcerting that a loophole to provide more funding for bio-weapons labs was inserted in a relatively new funding package.

Both the FBI and the Department of Energy have issued statements saying that the Covid-19 “pandemic” is likely the result of a lab leak at the Wuhan lab.
Trump also said the virus was from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. He also implicated the World Health Organization (WHO) shared in the responsibility for the tragedy. He said the WHO is like the public relations agency for China. Trump added that the WHO was wrong to make excuses about what took place when it cost so many lives.

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The EcoHealth Alliance is the nonprofit that funneled taxpayer dollars into the Wuhan lab for bat-based coronavirus research. Despite the utter destruction that has come as a result of the gain of function research, in December, Congress inserted a provision in its Omnibus appropriations act that would finally defund the Wuhan Institute of Virology and similar research in China. Yet strangely, a loophole was placed in the spending package. This is not information the government has been quick to share with the American people. The Federalist reached out to the Democrats’ House and Senate leadership for the Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, since they would have been in charge at the time the omnibus spending package was passed, but did not hear back. 

The loophole that may provide EcoHealth an opportunity to still send U.S. taxpayer dollars to China falls under section 8143: 

SEC. 8143. None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to fund any work to be performed by EcoHealth Alliance, Inc. in China on research supported by the government of China unless the Secretary of Defense determines that a waiver to such prohibition is in the national security interests of the United States.

The Secretary of Defense apparently retains the ability to decide that funding gain of function research may be worthwhile if it is in America’s national security interest. 

Covid-19 and its resulting protocols are responsible for mass death, destruction of businesses, deterioration of health, vast declines in mental health, declining education, and a host of other problems that have come as a result of taxpayer funds being used without their knowledge to enhance diseases in China with little to no American oversight.

The Secretary of Defense clearly has been given too much power. A decision to fund a bio-weapon lab with taxpayer dollars should be decided on by the American people.


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